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Maynard Being Moved On Again?

Ex-City striker Nicky Maynard could be on his way out of West Ham earlier than he might have expected.

The striker who only joined the London outfit from Bristol City in January, but he has not been an instant hit and Big Sam is getting impatient.

According to Sky Sports, Cardiff City have had a bid for the player accepted, although it is believed that Maynard is not too keen on a move.

But don't rule out another club stepping in to hijack this deal as to the right club and under the right management I still believe that Maynard still has a lot to offer.




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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 30 2012

Time: 6:05PM

 

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